we all know he can do it:
On the question of whether ferrari is everything he dreamed of... I wonder if he answered with full conviction. My feeling is that Fernando excelled in an environment at Mclaren. Even with the management and other side of the garage against him, he still made things work for him.
Thanks for the interview. Even with the accent, Fernando's English is really excellent, he seems much more comfortable expressing himself than a few years ago.
I think he is happy about Ferrari but as he mentions several times, there is the pressure - after two years without a title that pressure only builds. I think when he wins his first title there (I hope there will be more than one) the primary emotion will probably be relief. If they go a third year without a title I do fear that cracks might start to appear, but I hope not. Fernando is much more mature, it seems, than in the McLaren days and Ferrari surely is his best bet long term. They just have to keep working towards it.